Kurzweil Web License Special Pricing for Universities and Colleges 0
Many post-secondary students struggle with academic reading and writing, whether it's because they're learning English as a second language or struggling with dyslexia. But with all the features in the new Kurzweil’s web browser app, students can read K3000 files, study, brainstorm and even write on virtually any device. The K3000 Unlimited Web-license covers the wide spectrum of student needs.
Colleges and universities have an option for a K3000 unlimited web license for students, professors and support staff at a special price. Learn more.
Coming soon: mouse control added to the new iPadOS 0
Apple's newly announced iPadOS will add mouse control access to its accessibility features -- access that both the consumer market and alternative access users have wanted for years. Currently in beta, this new feature will become available in the new OS sometime in fall 2019. But what does this new feature mean for the hotly anticipated, recently launched AMAneo BTI mouse to iOS interface?
Access Hackers REJOICE! PowerToys are Back! 0
Attention Windows power users, developers of assistive technology (AT) and access geeks everywhere -- Microsoft is bringing back PowerToys utilities for Windows. A part of Win 95, PowerToys was a way to prototype and tweak functions that are particularly useful for accessibility hacking keyboard shortcut management, browsing desktop and functions and more. Open-source previews of the utilities are coming this summer.
NEW K3000 Web: Improved test prep, research, plus more books 0
Improve study and active reading strategies in Kurzweil web with more options to organize your reading and your notes. K3000 has added new features such as options for exporting bookmarks and annotation, and new books in the Classic Library.